Julian is a Principal at Senet and leads the Legal practice. He is one of the most experienced lawyers in Australia specialising in gambling law and regulation and is ranked by Chambers and Partners Asia Pacific as a leading expert in gambling and gaming. Julian was also recognised by Legal500 in the GC Powerlist: Australian and New Zealand as one of the Top 100 General Counsel for Australia and New Zealand.
Prior to commencing with Senet, he held various General Counsel roles within Tabcorp, being one of the world’s largest gambling and entertainment companies, over a period of almost 10 years.Read more
Prior to Tabcorp, he held several senior positions in large law firms in Australia and Europe, specialising in mergers and acquisitions and capital markets, predominantly acting for highly regulated clients including those in the gambling sector, some of the world’s leading banks, non-bank financial institutions, corporates and insurers. Julian holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a Master of Laws.
Paul is a Principal at Senet and leads the Advisory practice. Paul was the former Deputy Secretary, Liquor, Gaming & Racing with the NSW Department of Industry and prior to that was Deputy Secretary, Liquor, Gaming & Emergency Management with the NSW Department of Justice.
With over 20 years’ experience in strategic and operational leadership and a career that has moved through compliance and enforcement, public policy and regulatory reform, Paul has deftly navigated ambiguous, complex and volatile spaces. Paul advocates for considered risk-taking, continuous improvement and innovation and believes that we can both maximise opportunities and minimise risk to secure economic and social outcomes that underpin sustainable industry and advance public interest.Read more
Paul holds a Bachelor of Arts (Politics), a Bachelor of Laws, a Master of Legal Studies, and a Master of Law & Management.
Paul is a graduate of the Executive Development Program - Confronting Challenges and Embracing Opportunities — Strategic Leadership in the Gaming Industry. A joint program of the University of Nevada, Reno College of Business and Extended Studies and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas International Gaming Institute. Read more
Alex is a Principal at Senet and leads the Senet Compliance Academy, a specialist online gambling industry training platform. Prior to commencing with Senet, Alex held various senior advisory and strategy roles with KPMG Australia and KPMG Channel Islands, in relation to strategic business advisory, risk management, AML/CTF and compliance.
Alex has held senior strategy roles with leading international and domestic financial institutions including ANZ and Santander, in corporate and commercial divisions.Read more
Alex holds a Bachelor of Commerce, a post graduate diploma in market modelling and Master of International Business from the University of Melbourne, where she finished in the top 3 of her class. Alex is a qualified company director and has completed the Australian Institute of Company Directors program. Alex was appointed to as a non-executive director on a Victorian public hospital board.
Alex is an advocate for gender diversity and equality and has published articles in leading Australian newspapers and is a member of Women In Gaming.
Anne is a consultant at Senet. She previously worked at Tatts where she held various legal and compliance roles over a 12 year period, including the position of General Counsel & Company Secretary. Anne has also worked in private practice in Australia and in government roles in the United Kingdom.Read more
She is a highly experienced corporate lawyer and company secretary with a commercial focus and a high degree of business acumen. Anne has extensive experience in merger and acquisition activity, corporate governance and in regulatory engagement, strategy and management.
Anne has a deep understanding of the gambling and entertainment industry and its complex regulatory environment. She is a lateral and strategic thinker who is focussed on delivering practical solutions and outcomes in a timely and efficient manner. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Corporate Governance.
Dimity is a lawyer at Senet. Dimity was admitted as an Australian Lawyer in November 2019. She completed a Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts double degree at Victoria University and was awarded the Golden Key International Honour Society award for outstanding academic excellence with overall results within the top 15% of students.Read more
During her time at university, she was employed as a student writing mentor, which involved assisting students to develop clear thinking skills required for legal academia. Dimity also completed a placement with State Trustees in their Corporate Legal Department, completing tasks including legal research, contract analysis and assessing the details of clients' cases.
Dimity possesses high attention to detail and the pragmatic and practical skills required to solve complex client issues.
David is a Lawyer at Senet. He has experience in commercial litigation, strategy and advice. His compliance experience includes dealing with financial regulators and other financial services firms. Prior to commencing with Senet, he held litigation roles that often dealt in complex litigation and multi-party proceedings.Read more
Due to this litigious experience, he is adept at providing timely advice to clients in heavily regulated environments and is an experienced negotiator with a strong commercial outlook.
Prior to his time as a litigation lawyer, he worked across a broad field of commercial and civil legal work including; general commercial disputes, property and equitable disputes, construction disputes and white-collar criminal proceedings.
David holds a law degree with honours, a graduate diploma of legal practice, a diploma of financial services and a diploma of property services. He is an energetic and determined practitioner that enjoys navigating and advising on complex client issues.
Radhika is a legal research assistant at Senet and is also a doctoral candidate at Melbourne Law School. Radhika holds an undergraduate law degree from India and a master’s degree in intellectual property law from the University of London, where she studied as a Chevening Scholar (awarded by the UK Government).Read more
Radhika has worked in the area of IP law for two years, where she advised the Indian government on its IP policies and trade agreements.
She has previously been associated with the Association for UK Interactive Entertainment (UKIE), a trade association for the interactive entertainment and games industry in the UK, and also worked as a volunteer at the 2018 Gamescom Convention in Cologne, Germany.